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In chapter 13 bankruptcy, a reduction in the amount of a secured debt the debtor must repay to the replacement value of the collateral securing the debt. for example, if a debtor owes $5,000 on a car that’s worth only $3,500, a cramdown would reduce the amount of the debt that had to be repaid in chapter 13 to $3,500.

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